CCL (copper clad laminates) is a lamination used to prevent overheating in different electronic appliances. Wood pulp paper or glass fiber is used as reinforcing material. Copper clad laminates are used on reinforcing substances for lamination either on one facet or on each side.
The electronic industry is developing day by day. With the evolution of small, thin, multi-functional, light and high-density electronic products, manufacturers are assembling and integrating more components on printed boards, power utilization is increasing, and so heat dissipation demands for PCB substrates are increasing as they were before. There are many copper clad laminates suppliers in the market which are supplying different types of CCL, DK Enterprise is very reliable and prominent supplier of CCL in Ahmedabad Gujarat.
The PCB substrate should be capable to bear the heat dissipation. If the substrate is not good enough then there are many chances for overheating of components on the printed board which will result in decreasing the shelf life of the whole machine. So that's why the need for a highly heat-stable board emerged.
Aluminum-based copper clad laminates are widely used PCB substrates nowadays. Japan's Sanyo National Policy is considered as the inventor of this product which is used in amplifier hybrid circuits in 1974. Later on at the end of 1980 China manufactured metal based copper clad laminates for use in military products.
Classification of copper clad laminates
Copper clad laminates can be classified into different categories, depending upon the standards of classification.
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